Rolando McClain's comeback workout didn't go so well

Retired linebacker Rolando McClain is in the process of making a potential comeback to the NFL, but after his staged workoout for the Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday, he should start thinking about another career path in his old age of 24. The former Oakland Raiders eighth overall pick in the 2010 draft couldn't finish his conditioning test and failed to do any of the drills, reported...
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Report: Rolando McClain fails Baltimore Ravens workout

Rolando McClain is trying to make an NFL comeback, but his first attempt hit a major bump in the road. NFL Media’s Aditi Kinkhabwala reported that McClain showed up late to his workout with the Baltimore Ravens, couldn’t finish his conditioning test and failed to do any of the drills. The retired linebacker took to Twitter Tuesday night to address the workout: No excuse for...
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Rolando McClain late, unimpressive in workout

credit: getty images Rolando McClain wants to continue his NFL career. A year after retiring the 24-year-old is back hoping to resume his career. On Tuesday he had a workout with the Baltimore Ravens. According to multiple sources including CBS Sports, the workout did not go well. McClain was out of shape and even showed up late. McClain was unable to finish his finish his conditioning...
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Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Garrett Waggoner, S, Dartmouth

Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Garrett Waggoner, S, Dartmouth  How many teams were recruiting you out of high school? I had a lot of interest from most of Ivies coming out of high school, along with some of the other high academic FCS programs. Late in the process I had an offer from Duke but had […] The post Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Garrett Waggoner, S, Dartmouth...
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Ravens reportedly plan on adding more running backs to their roster

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; The Baltimore Ravens plan on adding more running backs to their roster before the end of the offseason. We also heard from @AlbertBreer that the Ravens haven't given up on adding two more running backs to the roster. — NFL: AroundTheLeague (@NFL_ATL) April 16, 2014 Given Ray Rice...
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Report: Ravens offered Haloti Ngata a lucrative extension

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network,  the Ravens offered defensive lineman Haloti Ngata a lucrative contract extension this offseason in order to lower his cap number. Ravens offered Haloti Ngata a 'lucrative long-term' extension this offseason, per @AlbertBreer. No dice...
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Report: Rolando McClain’s workout with the Ravens was a disaster

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Linebacker Rolando McClain has been working his way back into football shape, but a recent workout with the Ravens wasn’t good at all. Rolando McClain got his workout w the Ravens and I'm hearing it was NOT a roaring success. Didn't finish conditioning test, didn't do drills...
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Report: Haloti Ngata Declined A “Lucrative” Extension From The Ravens This Offseason

  Albert Breer of the NFL Network reports that the Ravens offered NT Haloti Ngata a “lucrative long-term“ extension this offseason. However, the two sides were unable to reach an agreement, according to Breer. Aaron Wilson confirms the news and adds that the numbers being discussed were “unrealistic.” Ngata, 30, carries a staggering $16 million cap figure for the 2014...
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Power Rankings: Baltimore Ravens have had mediocre offseason so far in 2014

Since the 2013 NFL season ended 10 weeks ago, every team in the NFL has made changes. Both winners and losers from last year have been busy making adjustments. Some have revamped their coaching staff. Some have turned over their roster. Some have done a little bit of both. But none, not a single one, have stood pat. During this firestorm of activity, every team believes they’ve...
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Baltimore Ravens 7-Round Mock Draft

Round 1, Pick 17: Calvin Pryor, S Michael Conroy/AP Photo Here the Ravens make a big move in getting Calvin Pryor.  Pryor is a game changer, and the Ravens have had success with game changing free safeties in the mix.  Pryor could be a game changer for this team. Last year, we saw James Ihedigbo, and previously we saw Ed Reed, both play makers, but different in the respect that...
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The Ravens’ Mt. Dreadmore: One man’s opinion, and then the right one

Back about a month ago, you couldn’t turn on ESPN without hearing a discussion about a hypothetical “Mt. Rushmore” scenario.  That is, in some arbitrary world where there are only four spots to honor individuals, who deserves to have their face etched in stone? Well, one of the staff writers here at cover32 decided to tackle a different angle to the whole scenario, and rather...
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Which NFL-Ready Draft Prospects Can Make Immediate Impacts at the Pro Level?

For most NFL rookies, their first season in the league is all about getting acclimated to the pro game and learning new systems. For others, however, the rookie season is merely an opportunity to continue the dominance displayed throughout their collegiate careers. Many prospects entering the NFL will need time to develop into capable pro-level players. Here is a look at five...
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Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Robert Thomas, DT, Arkansas

Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Robert Thomas, DT, Arkansas 1) How many teams were recruiting you out of high school? -Answer: I do not have an exact number, but I was highly recruited coming out of high school. 2) Where did you choose and why? -Answer: I chose the University of Arkansas! Growing up in Oklahoma […] The post Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Robert Thomas,...
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Ravens will probably end up with a few more compensatory picks next year

The Baltimore Ravens are the best team in the league when it comes to compensatory picks. The Ravens received four extra selections this year; a third-rounder, two fourth-rounders and a fifth-rounder. The quartet of picks added is the most allowed under league rules, and it was a number matched this year only by the Jets, who […] The post Ravens will probably end up with a few...
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Proposed new Baltimore Ravens uniform is pretty sweet

Proposed uniform changes for NFL teams is nothing new. Every week, some sort of idea seems to pop up – from radical redesigns to Star Wars themed tweaks to subtle changes. Most are interesting, but fairly laughable. One new batch, however is worth taking a look at. Jesse Alkire, a freelance graphic artist / designer from Chicago, recently put his spin on each NFL team’s uniform...
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